This has been making its rounds on the Twitterverse and thought I’d just capture it here for posterity.
Finally, it appears that we will be able to manage our tabs more intuitively and easily with Firefox 4, using a feature called Tab Candy which is a very similar concept to Exposé on Mac OS X but brought to the browser.
As I was just having some issues this morning with tab organization in Firefox, this comes as a welcome change for the future. Can’t wait to try it out…
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